Mental health user narratives new perspectives on illness and recovery 9781137487506 medicine health science books amazoncom. Mental health user narratives new perspectives on illness and recovery by b cohen new york ny palgrave macmillan 2008 9500 isbn 9781403945365 stacey mchenry department of psychology university of saskatchewan saskatoon canada search for more papers by this author. Background despite the breadth of narrative studies on individuals with severe mental illness the suitability of narrative inquiry to exploring mental health recovery mhr has not been examined. Drawing on extensive research in the uk mental health user narratives focuses on the listening to and understanding of the mental health user within the psychiatric system it differs from other texts in the field by arguing for the avoidance of. Following extensive research in the uk bruce cohen allows mental health users to tell their own stories or narratives of illness and recovery institutional and home treatment care is covered alongside controversial self coping techniques such as drug taking spiritualism alternative healing sleep and watching television
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